Star British professional boxer Amir Khan stated that his crucial fight against his rival Kell Brook is the only thing on his mind and he can't see him beating him in the much-awaited clash on February 19 at AO Arena in Manchester.
Khan told Sky Sports News: "I'm more confident. The way I've gone into training camp and had a few sparring rounds with Crawford, and my sparring work and pad work with Bo-Mac and everyone, it's back."
He added: "I feel like when I was 25, 26, and at the peak of my career. I can't see Kell Brook beating me. I'm a better-skilled fighter, I've been in there with better opposition, but look, come fight night, it's time to show my skills off."
Regarding his preparations, he revealed: "I'm just going to keep calm, I'm not going to think too much or get overconfident, because at the end of the day you can't get too confident about this because one punch can change a fight. I know what I'm doing. I've been in this position before. It's all about staying focused and just sticking to your game plan."
About Kell, he stated: "This talk about Kell Brook has been going on for so many years, and I think it's a good time for me now to put it to a stop and show who the better fighter is. I know Kell thinks he's the better fighter, but time will tell come Feb 19th."
"The message for Kell is that I'm glad he's taking it seriously because it is going to be a massive fight and we want to give the fans a massive fight," he elaborated.
About the fans, he said: "We want to give them a good fight where they're going to enjoy it and both of us are at our best."
"Kell is the only thing on my mind. This fight is such a big fight for me," Khan stressed.